I just came back to Bangkok yesterday from my second trip to the Northeast of Thailand, Isaan. This time the trip was all about Nakhon Ratchasima or as Thais call it in short: Korat. Before I tell you about my experiences there, my highlights and how the nightlife is, here are three really interesting facts about Korat …
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Here are the four common ways to get from Bangkok to Nakhon Ratchasima or better known as Korat. Bangkok to Korat by Bus This is how I went there last weekend. Take the MRT (Underground) to Kamphaeng Phet station and from there by motorcycle taxi to Mo Chit Northern Bus Terminal (30 Baht). Go up to the second …
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The Bangkok Cat Cafe

Last updated: August 15th, 2014 | in Living

I just visited the coolest cafe ever here in Bangkok: The place had not just nice decorations and relaxed and cozy atmosphere, but about ten to fifteen cats walking around. My friend told me about this concept cafe that apparently has become so popular recently in Japan as residents of new condominiums are not allowed to …
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Something Different: Ice Skating in Bangkok

Last updated: September 15th, 2016 | in Bangkok | Traveling

I just came back to my room from an ice skating session here in Bangkok. Seriously. I even took some pictures to show you. The rink we went to is at the 7th floor of the Central Rama9 shopping mall. It’s called “The Rink”. That’s the same place where I met Thailand’s most famous TV …
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My Top 5: The Best Thai Food

Last updated: September 1st, 2016 | in Living

Thai food is world famous and for me it is without any doubt the best in whole Asia. Or how Thais would say: อาหารไทยอร่อยที่สุด. From the first day I have been to Thailand, I never had any problems with the local food. That wasn’t always the case, especially during my travels through Asia. And it’s not …
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Apparently it just wasn’t enough to have met Thailand’s most famous TV star earlier this week. Mrs Fortuna had prepared another pretty unexpected thing for today’s afternoon and it happened again here in Bangkok. Me and my friend had just finished our swimming session in the Ramkamhaeng district as we decided to check the ticket …
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What to do in Singapore? 5 Highlights

Last updated: January 4th, 2017 | in Beyond Thailand

Singapore is not just the financial giant of Southeast Asia, it is also a hugely popular tourist destination. Many backpackers start or end their trip around Southeast Asia in Singapore, like I did: Singapore has been the first Asian country I have visited in 2009  and from there I traveled up overland through Malaysia, Thailand, …
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See also: How To Get Laid In Singapore When we think about Singapore, the first picture that comes in our mind is its imposing and modern city skyline. While there are quite a few things to do in Singapore, any traveler visiting the city doesn’t want to leave this city without a having taken a great …
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How I met Thailand’s most famous TV Star

Last updated: February 10th, 2015 | in Living

Yesterday I had lunch in the food court at Central Rama9 (shopping mall) in Bangkok. I almost finished my rice-pork sizzler when my friend wrote me that there would be some cool promotion at Starbucks going on. I normally don’t mind Starbucks and why not having an espresso after my lunch, so I walked down …
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Singapore is famous for its impressive city skyline, but certainly not for providing its residents and visitors beautiful beaches. There are a few decent and fairly quiet beaches on the western and eastern coast of Singapore Island, but they obviously weren’t good enough. So what to do if the nature doesn’t provide what you desire? Just …
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A Boat Trip on Inle Lake, Myanmar

Last updated: August 19th, 2014 | in Beyond Thailand
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Mighty and mysterious Inle Lake is one of Myanmar’s famous “big four” destinations, next to the Swedagon Pagoda in Yangon, the historical city of Mandalay and the centuries old temples of Bagan. I only had two weeks to spend in Myanmar, but a visit to Inle Lake was a must and I didn’t regret it …
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